Tag: Rajat Kapoor

Ankhon Dekhi

Ankhon Dekhi [2013]: Believe in what you live

The low budget Hindi movies do not have a large audience, but the people they manage to pull definitely take away food for their thoughts. Movies like “Masaan”, “Lunchbox”, “Dum Lagake Haisha”…

kapoor and sons 2016

Kapoor and Sons (2016): A Refreshingly Unique Family Drama

Recall the days when families huddled up to watch a Sooraj Barjatya or a Yash Raj epic family drama with larger-than-life characters, over-the-top drama, excessive dosage of ‘Sanskar’. Conflicts that could be…

Drishyam [2015] Review : Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary Threats

If this is your first time around with ‘The Visuals’ (Drishyam) I strongly recommend you to go in with a clean slate. Don’t let the trailers, synopsis and every random social media update like this one spoil the film for you. For those of you, who still don’t trust the story: Read On!

This film can be a remake, a copy or even a rip-off but there is such immortal power in the wonderful story by Jeetu Joseph that even with any star, with any kind of direction – the progressive, humanized and culturally significant version of The Devotion of Suspect X, saving Family Y, defending them against System Z will always be crystal clear.